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IPSO reveals findings of second external review
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IPSO reveals findings of second external review

The second independent external review of IPSO has found the regulator has “influenced the industry for the better”.

27/04/2023

NMA responds to publication of Bill
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NMA responds to publication of Bill

The NMA has responded to the publication of The Digital Markets, Competition and Consumer Bill.

26/04/2023

IPSO appoints Ted Young
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IPSO appoints Ted Young

IPSO’s Complaints Committee has been joined by Ted Young, former Metro editor, who brings editorial experience of mass market newspapers.

21/04/2023

IPSO publishes new corporate strategy
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IPSO publishes new corporate strategy

In March IPSO published its plan to strengthen its value to the public and impact on editorial standards.

28/03/2023

Society of Editors ‘deeply concerned’
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Society of Editors ‘deeply concerned’

The Society of Editors has said it is ‘deeply concerned’ by proposed changes to the College of Policing’s Media Relations guidance.

22/03/2023

Lord Faulks KC re-appointed as chairman of IPSO
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Lord Faulks KC re-appointed as chairman of IPSO

Edward Lord Faulks KC has been re-appointed to serve a further three years as chairman of IPSO – the Independent Press Standards Organisation.

21/02/2023

Impress launches new standards code
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Impress launches new standards code

Impress has revealed a new standards code which will ensure their members can report responsibly and continue to serve the valuable functions the public expects of them.

17/02/2023

Musical chairs
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Musical chairs

Starter for 10. Who is the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport?

By James Evelegh  |  09/02/2023

UK editors call on government to act swiftly on ICO proposals
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UK editors call on government to act swiftly on ICO proposals

Editors from the Daily Telegraph, The Times and Mail Newspapers have come together to call on the government to take action in tackling what they see as the damaging proposals set out by the ICO.

20/12/2022

IPSO publishes new guidance on ‘Due Prominence’
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IPSO publishes new guidance on ‘Due Prominence’

IPSO has released new guidance on where corrections, clarifications, and adjudications should be placed in printed media for journalists and editors.

19/12/2022

NMA ‘Extremely Disappointed’ with Ofcom Decision
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NMA ‘Extremely Disappointed’ with Ofcom Decision

Ofcom has ruled that the BBC’s plans for the expansion of their online local news services were not “material”.

15/12/2022

'UK Stop Ad Funded Crime' set up to tackle online fraud
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'UK Stop Ad Funded Crime' set up to tackle online fraud

UK Stop Ad Funded Crime (UKSAFC) has been set up by a group of advertising professionals, policymakers, technology providers and agencies to tackle the problem of ad funded crime.

02/12/2022

Society welcomes solicitors warning notice on SLAPPs
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Society welcomes solicitors warning notice on SLAPPs

The Society of Editors has welcomed the publication of a warning notice by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.

29/11/2022

A more level playing field in 2023?
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A more level playing field in 2023?

The chancellor’s recent pronouncement regarding the DMU offers hope for publishers.

By James Evelegh  |  24/11/2022

Courts system needs to do more to support open justice, says SoE
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Courts system needs to do more to support open justice, says SoE

Despite “significant progress” by Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) in modernising the courts system, more can be done to support open justice, the Society of Editors has urged.

22/11/2022

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